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I have designed and printed some banners for my army using MS Visio. Is there a way to coat it to protect it and make it look realistic without ruining the design printed on it? I have never done a banner before and I have a great design.
 

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What about varnish or a clear coat? Also, how can I make it wavy, you know not lust like a straight piece of paper but look like its moving a bit? Thank you.
 

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What about varnish or a clear coat? Also, how can I make it wavy, you know not lust like a straight piece of paper but look like its moving a bit? Thank you.
my suggestion would be to bend one half of it around a pen, then do the other half in the other direction, some people just crease them from the point of suspension towards the end.

after that I would suggest spraying them very lightly with matte varnish using many many coats over a long time. theoretically you could also dip them in clear resin and hang dry. (always perform a test when mixing use of liquids and papers)
 
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